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when the temperatures go down how to get up?!
boiling red wine and adding spices!!!!
here four typical drinks you can find visiting Christmas villages in Europe
they warm your hands and your soul when you have to face up with gifts list!
I started making Kimchi 6 years ago. Over this time I've tried dozens of recipes and slowly created what makes, in my household, the best kimchi. Frankesteined from at least 50 kimchi recipes, and using pear in substitute of sugar, this recipe has just the right amount of spice and is packed with flavor! We use it in everything and always have a batch in our fridge!
Ever since I can remember, I've been fascinated by the diversity of culture, language and people groups on our planet. When I joined an international humanitarian aid organization, one of my colleagues became like a sister to me in a short amount of time. An American, her family migrated from Chennai, India when she was young. On one assignment, we were relocated to Uganda due to regional unrest where we were living. We searched high and low to drum up the ingredients to make her family's version of Masala chai, a treat from the daily realities of our working environment . I love the mix of spices, sweetness, and creamy milk taste, drinking it hot especially at breakfast.
FAVE MEMORY: one of my very earliest memories is the tins of Xmas cookies mom would start baking in early December. Each tin would hold a different cookie- butterball, spritz, pinwheels, sugar sprinkles , cut outs & more. It was heavenly. She continued the tradition for years & years. Even as an adult, it was fun to find the tins & sneak a cookie 😋. In this Xmas pic, I got my favorite doll, my brother got a drum set with a bucking bronco on the side of it 😍. Still....the cookies were the best!! This recipe is from gramma Helen’s cook book published in 1931 & I still have it. It’s beautifully leather bound & embossed.